I have a bunch of incoming
WETH pairs that I am calling:
const reserves = await uPair.methods.getReserves().call()
My understanding is that
getReserves() will output the reserves based on the order the tokens of the pair are input to the function. However, I am wondering how that works when calling
getReserves() on a pair like I am doing above.
If I am getting
token1 from the pair. Does that mean that
token0 would match
reserves0. Then the same thing for
Lastly, I am getting outputs like the following:
Token0: 0x8E84f5B87F29c512c25026bF3169d134351c3Ba5 Token1: 0xC02aaA39b223FE8D0A0e5C4F27eAD9083C756Cc2 Pair: 0x8230F1f18FCB1Ca08BE63CFfe543F710a737f53A Reserves 0: 399999999999999999999999 Reserves 1: 1000000000000000000
If my understanding is correct.
Reserves1 would match
token1 and that would mean that there is
1 ETH for the
WETH side of the pairing and it looks like reserves are being returned in
WEI. What I do not understand is why are the decimals different between the two tokens? I am pretty new to this, but I would have thought that if it is a
WETH pairing they would be the same?